Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was on a working visit to Kaliningrad the day before, stopped his motorcade to exchange a few phrases with local residents. He got out of the car and, surrounded by guards, addressed the townspeople.
A video recording of a conversation with the head of state was published on the morning of September 2 in the Typical Kaliningrad group.
“Everything is fine? Does the governor offend? the president asked. The Kaliningraders who gathered behind the fence answered the last question in the negative.
Finally, the locals shouted: “Thank you” and “Well done.” Then the cortege continued to move.
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